James Brewin (BMBS, BMedSci, MSc, FRCS Urol) is a consultant urological surgeon who specialises in the management of men with enlarged prostates (BPH/LUTS) and the treatment of kidney stones. In 2014 Mr Brewin was the first surgeon in Wessex to establish laser prostate surgery (HoLEP) – this procedure is used to treat men with enlarged prostates and has fewer side effects than a traditional TURP operation. He has now performed over 350 HoLEP operations and is a mentor to help train other surgeons. He also offers minimally invasive options for men with enlarged prostates including Urolift and Rezum.
Mr Brewin runs the specialist stone clinic at Salisbury District Hospital and offers a variety of treatments for patients with urinary tract stones including lithotripsy (ESWL), flexible and rigid ureteroscopy and PNCL (keyhole surgery to remove large kidney stones).
Mr Brewin was appointed as a consultant urological surgeon Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust in 2014. He graduated from The University of Nottingham Medical School in 2001 and undertook his five-year speciality training in London and South East England training at Guy’s and St Thomas’, Kings College Hospital, Epsom and Brighton. His training included a year with the Stone Unit at Guys Hospital..
Mr Brewin provides treatment for private patients at New Hall Hospital (Bodenham, Salisbury)